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Rep. Dean and State Sen. Hughes: COVID-19 relief funds should be distributed now (

State senator delivers grant to Newtown Township to purchase new police vehicles | Newtown Area |

Senator Santarsiero Announces $131,900 in State Funding to Newtown Police Department – Times Publishing Newspapers, Inc.

PA Bill Gives Workers Displaced by Carbon Tax Pennies on Dollar | Marcellus Drilling News

GOP Senators in PA Lobbied for Election Audit in December: Report (

Hearing addresses nursing homes – The Mon Valley Independent

Martin proposes a charter school reform bill | PA Power and Policy |

Senate GOP seeks to expand tax credits for educational scholarships | City & State PA (

GOP advances bill in Pa. Senate that would further expand private school tax credits | WITF

School choice expansion in Pennsylvania clears first hurdle | Pennsylvania |

Pa. lawmakers clash over bill expanding school choice and other reforms –

Bill clarifying ethical standards for Act 47 officers moves out of Pa. Senate –

Pennsylvania Senate bill aims for statewide EV infrastructure – Daily Energy Insider

Pennsylvania got $7B in federal stimulus money. How it might spend it (

With $10,000,000,000 to spend, advocates press Wolf, Pa. lawmakers to prioritize poor people (

Advocates for Pa.’s poor call for a ‘just budget’: What would that look like? | Tuesday Morning Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Gun rights supporters rally outside Pennsylvania Capitol | State & Region |

Pa. lawmakers return for June with big agenda, sharp differences and 4 weeks to finish budget | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As politicians tinker with taxes, Western Pennsylvania farmers worry about what that might mean for the next generation | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Activity at the Pennsylvania Capitol returning to its pre-COVID ways | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Leslie Rossi, Abby Major break records as they take office in Harrisburg |

Medical marijuana law changes get through Pennsylvania House |

Make expense reporting matter of law | Editorials and Columns |

Pennsylvania lawmakers poised to end Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 disaster declaration – The Morning Call (

Pa. GOP lawmakers stay quiet on who paid for their trip to see Arizona audit. What’s the impact? | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Lawmakers split over 2020 election audit in Pennsylvania (

Op-Ed: Energy production important to Pennsylvania’s environmental future | Opinion |

Pa. House could soon vote on gun bill allowing permitless concealed carry (

Reps. Diamond, Gleim, introduce ban on teaching “critical race theory” in Pennsylvania schools | Around the Web – Pennsylvania |


Coronavirus - COVID-19


Scientists begin to unravel the mysteries of the coronavirus and brains | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Washington state OKs free pot as vaccine incentive |

OraSure’s COVID-19 rapid test provides ‘vast opportunity’ for the company in the U.S., internationally, CEO says – The Morning Call (

RFK Jr.’s Anti-Vaccine Film Taps Into Racism’s History To Reach Black Americans : Shots – Health News : NPR

Fake COVID Vaccine Cards Are Being Sold Online. Using One Is A Crime : NPR

Vaccine tax credit: Tips for employers looking to cash in on new credit – Philadelphia Business Journal (


COVID-19 Update: Statewide positivity rate falls below 3%; Pa. cases trending under 1,000 per day | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Vaccine incentives: Do prize drawings and rewards increase vaccination rates? | Smart Talk (

Why are Pennsylvania nursing homes reluctant to expand indoor visits? (

New COVID-19 cases plummet in Pennsylvania (


Philadelphia COVID vaccine incentives include cash sweepstakes (

Philadelphia to give away nearly $400,000 in vaccine prizes |

COVID-19 spread still declining in region, state | Coronavirus |

Lincoln Park in Midland hosts COVID-19 vaccine appointments (

NW Coalition highlights COVID-19 progress | Northwest |



Those essential workers from 2020? They’re still in demand in Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

These little known health insurance options may save small employers big money (

Back open and busy: Customers flock to bars and restaurants after COVID restrictions lifted | News |

Judge fines company $325,000 for OSHA violation in Duryea rail yard death | News |

New program to help under- and unemployed | News |

Major business disruptors post pandemic [Column] | Business Weekly |

How soon until Harrisburg recovers from the pandemic? ‘The worst is behind us’ –

Entities affiliated with two Delaware River projects in Philadelphia file for bankruptcy – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Forbes names 4 Philadelphia-area companies among nation’s 100 best employers for new grads – Philadelphia Business Journal (

SBA PPP loan funding exhausted, SBA administrator says – Philadelphia Business Journal (

SBA wants to increase EIDL limit to $2M – Philadelphia Business Journal (



Pittsburgh Pagans Motorcycle Club leader pleads guilty in federal court to violating firearms laws | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Philly authorities ask for help identifying the man who shot and killed Dunkin’ manager (

Former Scranton police officer solicited sex from informants, federal prosecutors charge | Crime-Emergency |

Results of York City gun violence study called ‘alarming’ and ‘extremely disturbing’ –

Allentown police update hiring rules to loosen restrictions on past marijuana use, reject recruits who display ‘hate related ideologies’ – The Morning Call (



Here’s how one Philly school kept kids engaged through a long year of virtual learning (

Ex-Temple dean Moshe Porat is drawing on past scandals involving Chris Christie and John Bolaris to fight rankings fraud case (

Contractor dispute forces Franklin Regional to use contingency funds for Sloan playground |

Scranton School Board votes to close Bancroft permanently | Education |

Plans move forward for first Catherine Hershey Schools early learning center –

Pa. Christian college nixes social work program partly due to theological conflicts | Today in Pa. –

Should Pa. students get mental health days? –

Drexel President John Fry pushing university into new markets as ‘demographic cliff’ looms – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Superintendent: Greater Johnstown relief funds target 3 areas | News |



How the national push by Trump allies to audit 2020 ballots started quietly in Pennsylvania | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Fetterman should stop flouting flag law and obey it | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Letter to the editor: Lies of Trump, Republicans |

Democrats brace for 2022 elections with ‘little margin for error’ |

County election board certifies some but not all primary results | Election |

Conservative talk radio host who once backed the Arizona GOP election recount is now warning against it –

In Senate campaign stop, Arkoosh visits Pittsburgh to talk infrastructure | WITF

Pa. GOP gubernatorial hopeful McSwain using pre-checked box for extra donations | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Once the beneficiaries of direct democracy, the GOP wants to kill it. Where should Pa. stand? | Fletcher McClellan | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

‘Blue’ Southeast PA counties had head start on election grants (

What happened in three mayoral primaries and what it means for cities | City & State PA (

Pennsylvania’s 2022 race for governor: What we know so far · Spotlight PA

The Hill Puts PA on Most Likely Senate Seats to Flip in 2022 List | PoliticsPA

Barletta, in his second try for state office, seeks to run Pennsylvania | Election |


Medio ambiente

Review: Bill Gates says avoiding climate disaster is possible, but costly | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Despite pandemic, level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere hits historic levels | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Carbon Dioxide Driving Climate Change Increases : NPR

Chris Kelly Opinion: Greetings from Garbageville | Chris-kelly |



King of Prussia rail extension is an exemplar of bad planning | Opinion (

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airportgets COVID-19 relief money | Coronavirus |

Selling the American public on electric vehicles handicapped by the length of time it takes to charge them –



FDA approves much-debated Alzheimer’s drug panned by experts |

Pittsburgh doctors excited about ‘life-changing’ potential of new Alzheimer’s disease drug |

Former Philly Mayor Michael Nutter had surgery for prostate cancer. He especially wants Black men to hear about his experience. (

To Your Health: Keeping patients informed during pandemic | Times Leader

Reading Hospital — Tower Health looking for participation in research survey | Health |

Pennsylvania health officials say recent flu season was one of mildest on record | Pennsylvania |

PLANNING AHEAD: Long-term care — where you live makes a difference [Column] | Business |


Noticias del Estado

Pennsylvania’s new unemployment system: What you need to know – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Pennsylvania must dramatically expand access to housing, advocates say | WITF

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor states that nearly 300,000 workers over the age of 40 will benefit from a minimum wage increase. – Pennsylvania News Today

Business as usual for PGW is bad for consumers, the climate, and even PGW | Editorial (

Feds’ UFO report draws varied reactions from Pa. sky-watchers and scientists | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

The eviction ban is ending. Here’s how to get help in Pennsylvania. (

Pa.’s autism and intellectual disability services system is in crisis (

Covid hurts Pennsylvania’s state parks with lifeguard shortage (


Noticias nacionales

Why It’s So Hard to Buy a Car – NBC10 Philadelphia (

Global internet outage affects Amazon, Reddit and major news websites | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Swaths of internet down due to outage at cloud company Fastly (

Outage at cloud service company Fastly briefly brings down numerous websites, including CNN, New York Times – The Morning Call (

Company that emerged from Murray Energy bankruptcy to close West Virginia mine, laying off 180 workers | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

U.S. recovers most of ransom paid after Colonial Pipeline hack | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

How a new team of feds hacked the hackers and got Colonial Pipeline’s Bitcoin back | WITF

Mexico’s president appears to hold majority in elections amid his party’s apparent decline | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Google overhauls global ad model after French antitrust fine | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Supreme Court won’t review male-only registration for the military draft | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Demand for green home features continues even in today’s competitive market (

In stunning move, NJ. to close scandal-ridden Edna Mahan women’s prison –

Burger King says it will donate to LGBTQ group with every sale of new fried chicken sandwich –

High costs related to federally mandated biofuel usage have weakened the refinery industry and left the East Coast vulnerable to shortages. – The Morning Call (

Dozens of states leave athlete compensation on back burner | WITF

States poised to allow college athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness | Pennsylvania Capital-Star ( says nothing untrue in capitol riot petition in NAC lawsuit (

How the VA has illegally denied health care to thousands of veterans (

Firearm safety, education can mean difference between life and death (

Jeff Bezos will blast into space on rocket’s 1st crew flight | News |


Noticias locales

Opponents to testify against proposed power plant in Elizabeth | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Fixes for 7 landslides in Upper Burrell to cost more than $400,000 |

Editorial: Honor a candidate’s legacy of seeking public service |

Another tax break request before Luzerne County Council | Times Leader

Plans progressing on Dickson City dog park | News |

Attorney for property owners seeking Lackawanna County reassessment makes case to judges | News |

Cleaning up Scranton, one small part at a time | News |

Pittston Area preliminary budget would not increase property tax rate | News |

Hazleton City Council could set wage tax rates Wednesday | News |

Wyoming Valley chamber highlights work of Hazleton Integration Project during pandemic | News |

Carbon County talks staffing; lifts mask mandate | News |

Still have overdue books or owe late fees? A number of Berks libraries are ready to help you | Local News |

‘It’s absolutely insane:’ Effort to save hundreds of animals seized from central Pa. man has left rescuers exhausted –

West Chester’s Gay Street Open-Air Market Place starts next week | Local-news |

After another student suicide in Downingtown, community looks for hope | Local-news |

Lancaster city opposes plan to convert downtown retail space to 16 apartments; zoning appeal filed | Local Business |

Manheim Township agrees to settle pool discrimination lawsuit for $43K; fired manager’s lawsuit continues | Local News |

Erie federal court: Twin sisters avoid prison in federal tax fraud (

Delco makes inroads with Emergency Rental Assistance program | Coronavirus |

YDR, York NAACP discuss new changes in public safety reporting



Pittsburgh International Airport opens new cheaper Economy parking lot | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Short-term parking rates rise at Pittsburgh airport while new economy lot offers $7 daily rate |

DA Zappala amends decision to halt plea deals with Black attorney | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh activists join call for U.S. Senate to pass immigration reform they say will help Pa. economy | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Time running out? Carnegie Science Center seeks to extend life of 450-space parking lot | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Promise receives $20K grant for workplace inclusion efforts | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank sees record-breaking SNAP applications | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Community mosaic project draws contributions from Pittsburgh and beyond |



Fulton vs. City of Philadelphia Supreme Court case, explained (

Philadelphia budget deal nears as anti-violence funding, stimulus, and tax cuts negotiated (

Dessert companies get a chance to bloom at the Philadelphia Flower Show (

Black-owned restaurants in Philadelphia: Craig LaBan’s favorites (

Lower Merion suddenly has a walkable riverfront, thanks to Pencoyd Landing development | Inga Saffron (

Philly should reject the parking tax cut | Opinion (

David Oh proposes $45 million for Philly arts and says groups should hold politicians accountable (

Black Doctors Consortium’s Ala Stanford shows interest in Philadelphia health commissioner job – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Red Cross hosts blood drives in Oaks and Philadelphia | Local-news |

Council to Kenney: $100 million needed to combat historic surge in gun violence | Local News |

Philly DA Krasner planning community forums on gun violence, criminal justice reform | |

Program helps youth of color learn about real estate over the summer | Local News |

Philly’s Hallahan High holds its last graduation ceremony | News |

Mural honoring George Floyd vandalized in Philadelphia | Local News |

‘You have to ask yourself: When does the mayor resign?’: Philly critiques a struggling Kenney administration | Local News |



Senate report details sweeping failures around Jan. 6 Capitol riot | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Biden invites Ukrainian leader Zelenskyy to visit | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

‘Do not come’: VP Harris seeks ‘hope at home’ for Guatemalans | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Dems, outside groups pressing for voting and ethics overhaul are undaunted by Manchin opposition | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

‘A lot of anxiety’ for Democrats as Biden agenda stalls |

States get a blueprint for ‘red flag’ gun-removal laws from the Justice Department | WITF

Reuniting Migrant Families Is Going Very Slowly For The Biden Administration : NPR

How The Biden White House Aims To Address Risks To U.S. Supply Chains : NPR